Air Date: 9/27/16 – Freelance travel writers Johnna Kaplan (www.thesizeofconnecticut.com) and Hilary Nangle (www.mainetravelmaven.com) will join me for a discussion of where to travel in New England during Fall and what the best and least known attractions are. What’s the allure? Is it the changing season or something in the air? Does climate change have an impact on this season’s tourism? And, is it really all about the leaves? 🙂
Month: September 2016
Air Date – 9/20/16: Indiana-based Boudoir Photographer, Cindy Johnson, and NYC-based Fine Arts Photographer and professor, Elinor Carucci, discuss the field of photography and women. Cindy’s work exemplifies the desire to show women who they are and how their loved-ones see them. Elinor’s work has involved photographing her body during and after pregnancy, and focusing on her two children. Is revealing women’s bodies through photography a necessary chapter in our lives as women or just another part of the long and winding history of photography? Have we made any headway in empowering women in this manner? Find out!
Air Date: 9/13/16 – What is Botox made of? Why do women flock to use it and also get other beauty treatments? Is anti-aging what it’s all about or have we just lost our senses? Hear from Martha Latham, the author of Made Up: How the Beauty Industry Manipulates Consumers, Preys on Women’s Insecurities, and Promotes Unattainable Beauty Standards — a future explosive expose of the multi-billion dollar beauty industry – and Board-certified dermatologist, Dr. Jerome Potozkin, M.D., as they discuss the science behind the treatments and the often resultant emotional aspect of it all!
Air Date: 9/5/16 – Domestic violence survivors, Kit Gruelle (Private Violence) and Lindsay Fischer (The House on Sunset), passionate advocates for awareness and change, discuss the nature of domestic violence, the impact on its victims, and ways to empower others to help prevent family and domestic abuse. Why does shame accompany this? What can be done to stop it? Is legislation and/or educating schools, police and health-care workers the answer?